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. they are filibustering obama's nominees for next to nothing. i hope harry reid goes nuclear and gets rid of the filibuster. how can anyone negotiate with these is the tea party people like ted crews and these other ones and rand paul? they refuse ted cruz and rand paul and the other ones. they refuse to compromise. host: this is george joining us from georgia on the republican line. go ahead, please. caller: every time the republicans oppose a bill or something like that, harry reid closes it down. does anybody have a record? has anything gotten on the floor that the republicans have proposed or is it always harry reid's way or the highway? on the second point, the caller is tapping a concern that is raised by republicans. if you look at the number of cloture votes, it has gone up exponentially even in the last four years. democrats claim that is because republicans filibuster everything. the republicans claimed the democrats are trigger happy. we disagree about what is the program about of debate and what of section there is and what is cheering all of these cloture motions.
and early elections are for next year. but the brotherhood is calling for nationwide uprising.ti back home, u.son. lawmakers are debating whether the obama administration cut off more than $1 billion in aid to egypt. >>> president obama did something he has not done in a couple years. he met with members of the congressional black caucus. they came to the white house an talked for about an hour and aau half. a number of issues came up ca including the need to keep federal student loan rates low. >> believe me, that students are being challenged significantly by plebs also discussed that the president their concerns about the recent supreme court ruling on voting rights. >>> and just into the fox 5 newsroom, legal troubles tonighl for one of the sons of virginia governor bob mcdonnell. 21-year-old shawn mcdonnellawn was arrested on saturday andste charged with public intoxication. it happened in charlottesville where mcdonnell is going to be a senior at university of virginia. he was released in his own recognizance, and scheduled tode be back in court next month. >>> straight head on the n
, nicole petallides, thank you very much. >> gretchen: coming up next, does president obama believe he has the power to determine what laws to enforce and what laws to ignore? our next guest says yep, just like king james? >> brian: you mean lebron? >> steve: and martha mccallum was tweeting about brian. >> brian kilmeade, hit the toddler in the face. >> brian: yes, i saw that tweet. >> i think it's accurate. >> brian: it was inadvertent. >> i know, brian. he's totally fine. >> brian: right. are you going to consider that in your show? >> we're going to lead with that actually. thanks. actually coming up, we have a few bigger stories than that to talk about today. was the justice department involved in anti-zimmerman protests in florida? you'll hear both sides of this story and you can decide. also judge jeanine weighs in on the judge in the zimmerman case. you thought fish oil was good for you, right? a shocking new study. we'll see you at the top of the hour did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey,
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that that would cause a worldwide stir. and instead, it was a one-day story, on to the next thing. >> as you know, president obama recently made a major speech in which he announced a new plan to tackle climate change. all three cable networks turned to the president's speech, but then they cut away from it well before it was intended to end. fox news cut away saying the remarks could be streamed online, and then they turned to a guest critical of the president. >> the planet is warming, and human activity is contributing to it. >> but that is not the full story. we're going to stream the remainder of the president's remarks live on and in the meantime, we'll be -- we're joined now with some reaction. chris horner is the senior fe athcenter for energy and environment at the competitive enterprise institute, and the author of the book, "red hot lies." >> fox's host, megyn kelly wondered aloud about whether the country even needed to tackle the problem. and cnn's wolf blitzer cut in soon after -- >> all right, so the president making a major, major address on climate change. i want to b
the hearing until july 17. out howp next, find people are honoring the 19 firefighters killed battling that wildfire in arizona. also, we will tell you why president obama is now considering speeding up the timetable to withdraw u.s. troops from afghanistan. plus, after a wild adventure in d.c., rusty the red panda is back on display at the national zoo. we will look at how he is doing. taking a >> 19 firefighters killed in arizona are now being honored at a memorial service today. vice president joe biden and thousands of firefighters from across the country are attending that service in prescott, ariz. critical last of a handful of vigils for the men before the first of the 19 funerals takes place later this week. the wild fire that killed the lead to a hot shot firefighters and june 30 is now 90% contained. president obama is seriously considering withdrawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan earlier than expected. that is according to a senior obama administration official. until now, u.s. and afghan officials have been discussing plans to keep a small force behind to fight the insu
. >>> also coming up tonight next on hannity. >> the president's actions on obama care last week were stunning. i never thought i'd see the day when the white house, the president came down on the side of big business but left the american people out in the cold. >> house majority leader eric cantor joins me live after the break. he will react to the president's brazen decision to ignore a key provision of his very own health care law. >>> video of the day is back, have you three choices. the only winner will air in its entirety at the close of the show. here's a time for sneak peek number one. an unsuspecting woman caught on tape, attempting to hire a hit man to kill her husband. you get to vote on >> i'm not understanding you. you say you don't -- >> it would be messy in the house. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. you know, spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace
leaving dozens of supporters of the ousted president dead in clashes with the military. our next guest says president obama is 0-2 when it comes to the situation in egypt and has one more chance to get things right from a foreign policy perspective. >> we give a lot of aid to egypt. we shouldn't gift as a gift, we should gift as a tool and help them move in the direction we want them to. if president obama came in he could have used the tool of our assistance to president mubarak to say you have got to have economic reform. when morsi came in we should have used that aid and said we want you to have an inclusive government, you are democratically elected. but he played a hitler. going maiflt, going after the supreme court, going after the parliament. persecuting christians. we never used our tool. we awarded morsi because we gave him advance weaponry. everybody has a do-over in egypt. it's time to use our aid and say let us help you. >> you know, you make great points as always and very interesting saudi arabia and the uae came forward with $8 billion in aid combined. they see a need f
next, everything nowadays is partisan even president obama's alleged favorite food. stick around for the sideshow. if you want to follow me on twitter you need to know how to spell smerconish. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ heart beating, monitor beeping ] woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you -- including the fact that a preferred risk policy starts as low as $129 a year. for an agent, call the number that appears on your screen. >>> president obama reignited an old washington debate yesterday afternoon, the hot-button issue this time, broccoli. after speaking at a kids' state dinner for a group of 54 8-year-olds at white house, the president was overheard claiming broccoli was his favorite food. yes, you heard that correctly. broccoli. the remark met with disbelief that it sparked a twitter frenzy that trended all afternoon. but here he wa
will be just one of the issues this morning. the obama administration is nominee to become the next fbi director said to testify and 45 minutes. he spent 15 years as a federal prosecutor before serving did george w. bush administration where he is best known for facing down the white house over warrantless surveillance program. here live coverage of this hearing at 10:00 eastern on c- span radio. those are some of the latest headlines. >> saturdays in july, c-span radio will have recorded telephone conversations of president nixon from camp david during the summer of 1972 talking about the presidential race against or pinched -- george mcgovern, the war in vietnam, and watergate. the nixon tapes saturday. washington journal continues. host: the director of global business and trade for bloomberg .overnment 93-4 that to take over this. who is he and what is he charged with? has a verye froman interesting background. he is a classmate of president obama at harvard law school many years ago. that gives him a personal relationship with the president. he served in senior positions at the cli
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? >> monty, what is your schedule like next week? [ laughter ] >> bill: president obama -- i'm not sure what dan is up to in there. i can't figure this out. >> he's a producer. he's producing. >> i'm here. >> bill: all right. because i want to talk about president obama yesterday handing out the awards for national arts and humanities down at the white house. it was an interesting group herb albert -- george lucas film maker. playwright and then renee fleming, leading soprano. very creative and talented americans that the president honored yesterday. and he said in giving out the awards that they were all in many ways, teachers. teaching us important lessons. here's president obama. i think. >> obama: for all their differences, today's honorees have one thing in common and that is they are teachers. whether they realize it or not. they've taught us about ourselves and about our world. >> bill: and he particularly singled out george lucas again neighbor of mine in marin county lives on lucas valley road which was lucas valley road before he moved there. skywalker ranch. >> that he made. >> bi
could have provided to spend more money than obama on the largest farm program." remember that line the next time any one of those 216 house republicans talks about how much they hate government spending. joining me now is congresswoman donna edwards, democrat from maryland, and congresswoman, we played the tape of your colleagues on the house floor. you deal with a lot from the house republicans. what was it about today that seemed to create this breaking point? >> well, i think that what happened today is that we saw in living color house republicans standing on the side of increased subsidies, more deficit spending, and just sending hungry families straight up under the bus. i mean, it really was outrageous, and i think that democrats today reached a tipping point. i mean, i am so proud of democrats. every single democrat who stood shoulder to shoulder with poor and working families in this country, who just want a meal. and republicans really deep sixed them today. >> you had a question during today's floor debate, a parliamentary question about an amendment that had been propos
states might withdraw all troops from afghanistan at the end of the combat mission next year. the remarks by james thompson's came after reports president obama is seriously considering a total withdrawal following tensions with afghan president karzai over peace talks with the taliban and. dobbins spoke before senate committee thursday. >> without an agreement on our presence in afghanistan, we would not remain, but we don't believe that is the likely outcome of these negotiations. emma to whichk comparisons are often made, the afghans actually need us to stay . >> in egypt, supporters of president morsi are holding rival rallies today. the muslim brotherhood is refusing to halt protest until morsi resumes power, even though many of the groups leaders have been detained by the egyptian .rmy which to our last week the new york times is reporting there is increasing evidence that allies of egypt's military establishment and former president mubarak helped fill the popular uprising that led to morsi's ouster. orsi supporters say fuel shortages and blackouts were orchestrated purposefully to
bless. >> next, on c-span, the communicators. then, we continue our focus on first ladies with a look he find the scenes of residential marriages. later, president obama. >> c-span, created by america's capable of -- cable companies in 1979. , in the -- interviewers from the cable show in washington dc, including a look at the issues facing the we will also hear about the media bureau with bill lake. >> a managing director at bank of america merrill lynch. what do you do? >> i cover media cable andainment and satellite. >> we are bullish on cable. -into the home with multiple services. obviously, initially, it was this video, and that has become most importantly broadband but also voice. onling out other services top of that, like home monitoring. they could be things like managing the thermostat, or a nanny cam, etc. there are new services rolling out on that platform. video,s also rolling out voice, and data. are seeing cable plans leveraged in many ways. another separate investment .4 cable is that the industry, finally, after years and years, has become free cash flow positive. over
coming on tonight. we know you had a busy day. bernie goldberg said president obama and secretary of state kerry was goofing around when egypt was blowing up. bernie is next. well, did you know that old macdonald was a really bad speller? your word is...cow. cow. cow. c...o...w... ...e...i...e...i...o. [buzzer] dangnabbit. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. . . [ male announcer] surprise -- you're having triplets. [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. in the weekdays with bernie segment tonight. criticism by some in the media that secretary of state and president obama were involved with trivial pursuits instead of play paying attention to the blow up in egypt. >> i don't know how this happened it was t
that keep the bridge from collapsing during an earthquake. >> president obama is looking to completely remove the troops from afghanistan by next year. when a more details on the withdrawal when the kron 4 morning news continues. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> top stories we're following on this tuesday, july 9th. following the latest on the investigation into that deadly plane crash at s-f- o. what we know now and what's going to be done in the days ahead. >> will take a look at what was going on in
right. up next, "the pulse." "the view" changing after a surprise announcement from one of the hosts. >>> and president obama crashes a kids' party. coming face-to-face with a pint-sized press corps. . k9 advantix ii not only kills fleas and ticks, it also repels most ticks before they can attach. the leading brand kills, but doesn't repel. a tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. get veterinarian recommended k9 advantix ii! >>> topping your wednesday "pulse," one of the women of "the view" will be waking up a whole lot earlier. >> today is elisabeth hasselbeck's last day on "the view" on abc. she will move to the fox news channel. barbara walters wished her well, saying they've had ten wonderful years with her. and she will be now swimming in new waters. >> now 36, joined "the view" after gaining fame on the reality show, "survivor." her new gig starts in september. >>> kids who won a lunch with michelle obama got quite a surprise. they were at the white house for a state dinner. 54 children. they submitted winning recipes for healthy foods like bring i
this morning, president obama not only giving serious considerations to speeding up troop withdrawal from afghanistan, he's also considering what's called a zero option which would leave no troops there after next year, this after his relationship with afghan president hamid karzai cooled over peace talks with the taliban and negotiations over a long-term security deal ended abruptly. we'll talk more with cnn chief national correspondent john king coming up at the bottom of the hour. >>> could nsa leaker edward snowden's new home be venezuela? they received a formal asylum request from snowden is waiting to hear back from him. venezuela's foreign minister cautioned russia still has to weigh in on the request. snowden is believed to be hold up in a moscow airport. >>> vice president biden said to attend a funeral for the 19 fallen firefighters. the union expected to attend. the death of the hot shots considered the worst fire fighting loss since september 11th. >>> unless patriots hernandez lawyers appeal, we'll know what was seized from his home. hernandez is charged with the premeditated
. >> cenk: imagine what the next republican president can do. karl rove targeted his enemies etc. but obama targets his enemies his enemy like snowden. he threatens to imprison him for live, never let him see the light of day. never talk to reporters and never rally the american people. if you cross me and reveal what i'm doing i will put you in a dark hole and never let you out. power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. even obama. we got to take a break here. when we come back we'll talk talk about gitmo and bradley manning. we'll come back with very important details. >> cenk: we're back on "the young turks." we'll talk about two things on this segment. one is the closer--well, closing of gitmo is never going to happen. this is a discussion we're going to have, like obama will ever close gitmo, like he totally promised to do, list keep it real. now we have the bradley manning trial. we have ana kasparian, hermela aregawi logan and colonel davis who was a prosecutor at gitmo. >> there is a hunger strike going on and some of the detainees are being forced fee. there has been a vi
. in the long-term obama care will save money. >> this transition policy does not change the fact that the affordable care act will reduce the deficit by over $100 billion over the next ten years. this is more than fully paid for. >> reporter: at the white house the officials say that the claim that it raises the cot of the law is a sabotage effort. >> the republican house that's driving the narrative are not concerned about a delay and the law they want to impose. they want to kill the bill. >> reporter: jay carney says if the republicans wanted to fix the obama care bill they would find alternatives. what's driving them to do it is it's not working. >> i support that. we're talking about perm neblt delay. we'd like to see the same thing delayed for everybody. >> reporter: others agree with thune but there's a hard argument on how it is. >> the point is the mandate was not relay. certain reporting by businesses that could be perceived as ho r onerous. >> reporter: it contains no warning about not injuring workers. it say, quote, during this 2014 transition period, we strongly en
's it for us. see you monday. have a great weekend, everyone. "special report" is next. >>> a huge shakeup at the top of president obama's homeland security department. just in time for a bruising debate over immigration reform. this is "special report." good evening, i'mr. janet napolitano, homeland security secretary, is quitting. mike emanuel has how big a change this will be, especially in the immigration debate, how it could effect that. we begin with chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge on today's stunner. good evening. >> reporte
the president's health care overhaul takes effect next year. the program is supposed to include a provision that would let insurance companies charge smokers up to 50% higher premiums. but a computer glitch has the obama administration pushing that back to 2015. >>> now the delay comes about a week aft administration announced it would also be delaying another provision which requires businesses with more than 50 workers to offer health insurance. now that lawmakers are back on the hill, they're expressing their displeasure. >> the idea that we're going to give big businesses a break under obama care, are we going to punish small businesses and families? wrong. we'll have another vote. count on it. >> last week's announcement does not change the individual mandate that will force average americans to buy health insurance or face fines. that will still take effect next year. >>> police say they need more information after a preliminary autopsy into the death of a missing 7-year-old boy in d.c. ko im reports. >> reporter: police now have their timeline but even with the preliminary autopsy re
is berkley number 52 and president obama put in emphasis private dierng room in the white house. this picture is seawall. from 1957 you can see he's moving away from a bit distraction toward the figure active. the next is a quash from 1956. he's always been interested in the angle of roads and what they did to your prospective of the landscape. and finally the coffee from depends looking grand. and the afternoon they moved to los angeles where we taught at ucla and for a few years this first picture is very much in the representational mode although it's quite a bit distracted and there's some or are more abstract then others. ocean park 97 from 1970. we're beginning to get involved in the a bit distraction he did 1 hundred and 35 pictures. then this unentitled picture from 1975 is my particular favorite pieces. and then alienation park 1980 they're getting quite spare here. and unentitled work on paperwork 1946. he's beginning to explore some earlier forms. my parents left in 1988 and moved to hillsborough california because he was ill most of the time they lived there certainly after his st
in the next hour, john harwood has an exclusive interview with president obama's chief john harwood has an interview with todd park. his challenge is making sure the government is high-tech. it's a big job. "squawk box" will come right back. . . >> welcome back, everybody. joining us on set is stephanie meadows. ben white plit politicos chief economist. >> the company second year in a row is royal dutch shell. no surprises there, the big surprises are once again china is adding more companies to the global 500. they got 89 companies on the list up 16 from last year. apple has soared, they went from 55 to the number 19 position. they're punching way above their weight in terms of profitability t. global 500 is a ranking by revenues. they're the 19th biggest by revenue, number two in profitability. >> i noticed there were three chinese companies in the top 10 as well. is a massive change in a shift an how long has that been happening with the chinese companies? >> since basically the last decade, the list is a snapshot that really reflects the changes in the chinese economy, not only the
of the united states. nbc's first read noted we can expect the obama administration to take a more hands-on approach to what happened next in egypt than it did 2 1/2 years ago when mubarak was ousted. but how much influence does the u.s. really have? howard fineman is editorial director of the "huffington post" and msnbc political analyst. joel ruben is former egypt desk officer at the state department. mr. ruben, you're the perfect person to ask about this coup question and significance of the lack of funding if all of a sudden it gets cut. how should this play itself out? >> well, michael, right now there's still chaos on the streets in cairo. there's blood on the streets, quite literally, and what we need to make sure is that this powder keg doesn't have a match lit to it and we need to not wade into a situation where cutting aid precipitously right now is that match. so there is an assessment under way. we have a chance, now, to engage the egyptians across the whole swath of political actors there and really push for where the revolution went 30 minutes ago which was to try to be inc
overnight. cnn learned president obama is now considering removing all u.s. troops, all u.s. troops from afghanistan by next year. the plan has been to keep a small force there. now the u.s. may have zero presence there and shortly. john king will be joining us to break all that >>> plus have to see this video the mother of two caught on camera, what's she doing? trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband and giggling about it. guess what? not laughing anymore. the would be hitman a cop, and she's now in jail. >>> check out this video a car plows into the gas station, the guy dives out of the way just in time but he catches fire, he stop, drop and rolled and survived. much more ahead on his flight ning story of sur vile. >>> first up that's some story, what we are seeing and hearing from the cleveland three. kidnapped separately, held together for over a decade until they were rescued just months ago from a house of horrors. overnigh
happened. well, critics are firing back at the president obama's decision to stall part of the new healthcare law that forces certain businesses to ensure their workers. next what both sides are saying about the employer mandate delay. plus, the former major league baseball player who phoned police to say his wife had threatened him with a gun. now we're hearing his call to 911. and that's coming up. [ male announcer ] this is george. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ >> the house house is defending its decision to delay for a year the so-called employer mandate portion of president obama's sweeping healthcare overhaul. that rule forces businesses with at least 50 workers provide health insurance for their employees or face a penalty. the white house says this type of delay is not unusual but today as you might imagine g.o.p. opponents again pushed the administration to repeal the overall entirely. wendell goler with the news from the
-- or not guilty. >> pam: homeland security secretary janet napolitano will hand president barack obama her resignation in order to become the next president of the university of california system. napolitano won't take over until september, but she's no stranger to the bay area. napolitano was the first female valedictorian from santa clara university before earning her law degree at the university of virginia. she represented anita hill during the supreme court confrimation hearing of clarence thomas. back to our breaking news story we will back to this south market district. on this case of the victims that were killed at the san francisco jewelry mart early this afternoon. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a go
has said little about the recent uprising next door. >> with the removal of president morsi, world leaders ranging from u.s. president barack obama to saudi's king abdullah, have all weighed in on the developments, but one regional power has remained silent. israel. so far, there's been no statement from tel aviv, but an analyst with the israel project says israeli officials believe egypt's future should be decided by its people without regional influence. >> israel, first of all, needs to be in sync with the united states and be sure of this very important point, but it has to stay out of it. this is an internal egyptian issue and we should let egyptian decide their own future. >> she says privately, many officials are encouraged that officials have protested the policies. moves that were seen as an attempt to fashion egypt into an islamic state from a secular one. myers says at the end of the day, no matter how events play out in egypt, there's one concern that matters most in israel. it's security. >> this is i think what official israel is interested in. security, mostly and fi
ahead of it. it seems to be fighting that off. the next storm outside the mountains of dominican republic and haiti, and it looks like the forecast track will go right through that favorable region. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> president obama is reportedly considering a option in afghanistan. "the new york times" said mr. obama is frustrated with afghan president hamid karzai and may speed up withdrawal of forces of all troops after 2014. earlier i spoke to cbs only like mike lyons, and he said if the pull outhappens it will have negative consequences. >> nato troops there as well they'll likely pull out as well. there will be no infrastructure military there to support the afghan force or the afghan government. what they'll lose is intelligence collection that processing, anything over the horizon intelligence we've been giving them right now. what's changed on the ground, i don't know, if this is a reaction from individual leaders to change the strategy this is pretty significant to go from 7,000 troops to zero. >> "the new york times" also says no decision has been
of the day. >> president obama says he will consider with drug all u.s. traps from afghanistan by the end of next year. senior white house official made that statement today. it would mean leaving no troops in afghanistan. until now u.s. afghan officials discussed keeping a small force behind to fight insurgent and to train afghan security personnel. but the president gets frustrated with a lack of cooperation from afghan afghan government with u.s. effort the reach some sort of truce with the taliban. >> 3 women held captive inside a cleveland home for nearly a decade are speaking publicly for the first time. they relessed video letting everyone know that they are doing great. >> how happy i am to be home with my family and friend. unbelievable. thank you for support e-i'm looking forward to my brand new life. >> amanda barry, and michelle knight abducted at 14, 16 and 20. between 2002 and 2004 and posted video yesterday on you tube. girls wanted to thank people for giving to do nation fund set up in their honor and for honoring the need for privacy. man cussed of abducting the
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reform, why do they want to do with before august? why do it the next 27 days? lou: the coniston made an intereeting point on the sean @annity show last night said if president obama can force obamacare, who is to say he cannot be selective as an enforcement on border security. in fact i will say he has been extraordinarily selective and forcing security on the borders but also immigration law itself. it will have to change some of the rules if there is to be real reform, which i think most americans want. first and foremost want the border to be secured as a real change in immigration lo law tht is equitable. >> they want to make sure this is the last time we go through this conversation as a nation. the only ways to not give the executive branch ability to turn triggers on and off based on political expediency. i can tell the president right now we will not give them the authority to decide which parts of the law to enforce, you can add recess appointment to your list of laws he so actively enforces when he wants to. i'm about respecting the rule of law. it is not his job to decide
, first lady, michelle obama, hosted a steak dinner for children and families. you are looking at video from the event. she is inviting kids who won the healthy lunchtime challenge. the cookbook will be available on line next month. >>> when you get ready to parachute. you hope nothing goes wrong. >> that was not the case for a man. he was sweating it out before the big plunge. >>> how this guy, where is he? there he is. got himself stuck in the middle of a fast moving river and it appears he had nowhere to go. thank you for joining us, i'm megan pringle. a live look at the inner harbor. things are off to a great start. >> looks like a calm morning right now. what about the rest of the day? here is lynette charles to let you know what you are in store for. >>> it's not going to be calm in to the afternoon. we will see showers and storms popping up across the area. mailed's most powerful radar. we can see showers in western maryland, we zoom in on areas, maybe travels are taking you this way. be prepared for rain showers now around green spring, furnace and green spring. berkley springs
. >> bill: i think i won't look at it then. >>> you're going to the gym. >> next year, buddy. when they do the stars of political talk. >> it was a state lunch at the white house yesterday. for kids. president and mrs. obama hosting the 54 winners of a recipe contest to promote healthy eating. one of the 8 to 12-year-olds came from every state territory and district of columbia. "usa today" reports that some of the winning recipes were prepared by the white house kitchen including alaskan seviche with mango zucchini pancakes and passion fruit banana smoothies. >> kids like seviche. >> what 8-year-old can make seviche? >> bill: it is not hard to make. >> that's not something kids eat though. >> it is not hard to make. >> bill: yeah. take your 8-year-old out -- your kid probably would. >> my kid likes seafood. this is seviche for god's sake. it is sort of an adult version of food. good for the kids, i guess. >> bill: maybe go to alaska. we're coming up with a big showdown. it looks like tomorrow in the senate, something we've been talking about a long time here. yours and mine, a favorite ki
obama to do that. there will be note -- there will be no further votes. the next vote is monday at 5:30 p.m.. >> i am trying to avoid laughter. the two nlrb nominees were sent to the senate on december 15, 2011. before the paperwork on here, two weeks later the president recessed appointed them. delay? the paperwork had not even arrived. the committee could not do anything with them. a couple of weeks later, they were recess appointed. that is not my definition of a delay. by any objective standards. the court issue is -- he is prepared to break the rules of the senate to change the rules of the senate for three nominees who were unconstitutionally appointed according to the federal circuit court in washington dc. for that, the majority leader proposes to use the nuclear option? it is a sad day and commentary on today's senate. >> the majority leader. >> the senate crated by the republicans -- this role change, he gives talking about a rule change. the constitution is clear there is one paragraph that says that trees take two thirds of a vote. -- treaties take a 2/3 vote. in the same
morning, everyone. we begin with a big headline about the war in afghanistan. president obama is considering withdrawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan next year. and that would change from the current plan. in recent weeks, the white house has become increasingly frustrated with afghan president hamid karzai. >>> also, a stunning revolution about the hunt for osama bin laden. he was reportedly inside a car, pulled over for speeding in pakistan, not long after 9/11. but the police officer apparently didn't recognize him because bin laden was clean shaven. a leaked report reveals that bin laden wore a cowboy hat in his garden to avoid being spotted by drones. >>> the white house is refusing to cut off aid to egypt. soldiers shot dozens of protesters monday. egypt's interim leader has called for new elections within six months. >>> and closer to home, look at this severe storms dumping record rain in toronto in the middle of the evening rush, stranding thousands of commuters. opening up huge sinkholes and forcing the subway to close. firefighters had to use boats to rescue hun
seats back in 2008 when president obama won. out of the over one-third of the senate up next year compared to 14 seats for the republicans and most of the republican seats are in deep red gop territory. mcconnell himself is probably the most vulnerable republican up and grimes is the top recruit. in may a poll of kentucky showed mcconnell and grimes tied in a hypothetical matchup at 45% each. so, you know, there's sort of a legend of mitch mcconnell, i think, when it comes to kentucky politics. i went back and look, he got elected with 49.9% of the vote. 52% in 1990. 55% in '96. won a big one in '02 with 65%. he almost lost in '08. his poll numbers in that state are not very good. this is a genuinely vulnerable guy in a conservative state. >> this is an unlikable guy. all the numbers show. in fact, the beginning of this year he was something like 55% in kentucky disapproved compared to 37% approved. there is irony here. a guy who first got elected in a very negative campaign against an incumbent senator. he has been a very negative minority leader in the senate. a guy who said his
the egyptians work out what comes next. shannon? >> jennifer, thank you. >>> a long, hot scandal-filled summer just got a limb more bearable for president obama. white house correspondent wendal goler looks at the june jobs report. >> reporter: the labor department counted 195,000 new jobs last month and added 70,000 to the original figures for april and may. the numbers were better than expected but the unemployment rate held steady at 7.6% at more people entered the labor market. the president's aides say the good news is that it felts with a trend. >> we've seen solid job gains over the last six months. 1.2 million jobs added over that period. over the last 40 months we've added 7.2 million jobs. >> reporter: for republicans on capitol hill, the news was not good enough. house speaker john boehner said in a written statement, quote, economic growth is still tepid, the unemployment rate is far too high, and the president continues to promote policies that undermine robust job creation. the june gains were across the board. jobs added in construction and health care, and even bigger increase
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. all u.s. troops may be coming home sooner than expected. president obama reportedly considering speeding up the timetable because of his frustration with afghan president hamid karzai. the original deadline for troop withdrawal had been the end of next year, with plans to leave a small residual force behind. now, the u.s. is considering leaving no troops on the ground. >>> the president of venezuela confirms that his country has gotten an asylum request from nsa leaker edward snowden. snowden's believed to be still holed up in that moscow airport. bolivia and nicaragua have already said they would grant snowden asylum. >>> tropical storm chantal taking aim at the caribbean. packing 50-mile-per-hour winds. she is expected the make landfall this morning in barbados, st. lucia and puerto rico, bringing up to six inches of rain and flooding. forecasters say she could turn into a hurricane before reaching haiti and the dominican republic tomorrow. it's expected that it will weaken before getting to the bahamas. >>> let's look at the weather from across the nation. hot and humid with
afghanistan next year. that according to a senior obama administration official. plans focused on keeping a small force behind in afghanistan after 2014 to fight insurgents, but in recent months, president obama is said to have become increasingly frustrated with the afghan president hamid karzai. karzai, who has been very critical of u.s. troops over the last few years, has said he would like u.s. troops to stay in afghanistan after 2014. that might not necessarily happen. indeed, the entire withdraw, still about 60,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan right now, still costing u.s. taxpayers billions of dollars. those troops remain, most of them, until the end of next year 2014, but that withdrawal could be accelerated given the friction right now that has developed between these two presidents, presidents karzai and president obama. >>> flooding leaves hundreds of passengers stranded for hours on a train in toronto. historic rains overwhelmed the city's drainage system and submerged the rail line. police had to go out in boats and pull the commuters out one by one. the cleanup in canada conti
the board and i think you're looking at a nice total return over the next 52 weeks. including in that, not just the treasuries going higher, but what obama had on the war on coal. and cost more to supply the facilities with control and i think there's a reason to buy them. >> here is a part, you know, listen. kind of counter intuitive. you have knowledge that they'll make less money. and i make the investments because i want that 4 or 5% yield. i buy the utility at $25 a share and it goes down to 20 and does that negate the dividends that i'm looking for. >> it definitely does, i think a lot of that selling has taken shape. you have to separate the market between the regulated and unregulated. you'll see your utility bills go up based on what obama said last week, or week and a half ago about the war on coal and climate change. that's an inflationary pressure -pthat everyone is going to fee around the country. especially those who get their energy from goal. natural gas prices are projected to go up 42%. so everything about that climate change speech that he gave from georgetown unive
. immigration is also high on the to-do list. house republicans meet on wednesday to plan the next steps. they say they do not intend network from the reform bill the senate passed before break. >>> president obama says a large portion of the federal government is more efficient, transparent and accountable than at any other time in u.s. history. but he says there's still room for improvement. the president met with his cabinet at the white house this morning and directed them to come up with smarter ways for the government to grow and deliver faster better services like more online services and better apps. taxpayers deserve the biggest bang for their buck. >>> eyewitnesses say it's like a war zone. a runaway fuel train explodes in the middle of a canadian town. >> in the wake of this president weekend's plane crash in san francisco is there anything we can do to increase our chance of surviving a plane crash. we're going inside the faa training center next. >>> live look outside close it home to we may be in for some severe storms this week. chuck? >> yes, indeed. all eyes are on thurs
that the administration is unhappy that the muslim brotherhood lost power? >> yes, first thing that president obama does internationally as president go to cairo and deliver a speech that was roundly appearing as an apology. and the next thing egyptian people pour in the streets and he supports the overthrow of hosany mubarak who had forced peace with israel. and he backs the muslim brotherhood. president obama invited the brotherhod to the spoech and own though mubarak outlawed it. president obama had no problems of having members sitting there. and they come into power and in the president so and controlling the parliment and now that the egyptian people are fed up with the total incompetence of running the egyptian economy that is a complete basket case and the dishonesty of the muslim brotherhod. and so every turn the president enacted the wrong course and we are left with little leverage except for the military aid that goes to the military. >> you wrote a interesting piece saying that the egyptians are saying don't call it a coup. this is a revolution. we are very unhappy, the egyptian people are
penalty. this requirement originally scheduled is kick in last -- next year but last week the obama administration announced that this so-called employer mandate would be delayed until 2015. in other words, the administration has implicitly acknowledged that the mandate is discouraging creation of full-time jobs and is actually reducing working hours, relega relegating many american workers -- 300,000 more between may and june -- to part-time work even though they want to work full-time. the irony is that this legislation was passed -- i still remember -- christmas eve 200 9,:00 a.m. in the morning, the obama bill was passed. was later reconciled in 2010. but we've had two elections occur before the full implementation of this bill and what we're going to see now is another moving the implementation off until after the 2014 election. that's dangerous in my view because it means there's no electoral accountability for the true impact of this legislation, even though we're beginning to see some of it. of course the basic problem is that the mandate won't magically disappear in 2015, e
with any of them. there were reported because the republicans forced president obama to do that. there will be note -- there will be no further votes. the next vote is monday at 5:30 p.m.. >> i am trying to avoid laughter. the two nlrb nominees were sent on december 15, 2011. before the paperwork on here, two weeks later the president recessed appointed them. delay? the paperwork had not even arrived. the committee could not do anything with them. a couple of weeks later, they were recess appointed. that is not my definition of a delay. by any objective standards. is -- he issue prepared to break the rules of the senate to change the rules of the senate for three nominees who were unconstitutionally appointed according to the federal circuit court in washington dc. that, the majority leader proposes to use the nuclear option? and commentary on today's senate. >> the majority leader. >> the senate crated by the republicans -- this role change, he gives talking about a rule change. therenstitution is clear is one paragraph that says that trees take two thirds of a vote. in the sam
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. obama does have a number of legislative accomplishment. he did kilo sam bin laden. we haven't had any terrorist attacks. assuming that holds for the next three and a half years on the mainland, it's just going to burn them. it will eat at them that he leaves office with a solid legacy and a decent approval rating, and being liked by the american people. they're just going to do whatever they can to knock that down. obamacare is the bestave. >> john: michael tomasky. thank you for joining us on the show. up next we're going to visit wyoming for a frackin' good time. stick around. this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care abou
their prescription because that's how long barack obama will be here which means no change in any of the policies that people are interested for the next three-and-a-half years. change comes in their editorial only if the republicans take the white house and both houses of congress and maybe by 60 senators. it seems like they're saying this may never happen. i think that's a mistaken way of looking at this. there's an argument actually perversely because we said as difficult as this is, this is the right environment in which to try to change immigration bills because it has to be bipartisan. i understand that sounds a little odd right now because we're facing these great difficulties. senate democrats can't come to terms with the house republicans but at the end of the day on an issue like this, we would be better off if we had a bipartisan bill that would asome of the concerns ramesh is raising on border security and things like that while establishing a path to legalization and citizenship for immigrants. it can probably be better done with both parties having a stake of the action. >> you both
. appreciate your both taking the time in coming all the way from moscow to join us. [applause] >> up next on c-span2, it is session on president obama's recent trip to africa. after that the foreign minister talks about security concerns of the african sahel region. then another chance to preview september she 20 summit in st. petersburg russia. homeland security secretary general not all tonneau announced today that she will be stepping down from her position after being nominated as the next president of the university of california. secretary a politician and has served as the head of the of what security department says the beginning of president obama's first term. politico reports that the secretary is expected to remain in the position until september. with the homeland security secretary departure president obama will now be faced with naming a replacement which would be subject to senate confirmation. currently senators are considering changes to rules concerning executive-branch nominations with majority leader harry reid yesterday suggesting the so-called nuclear option as a way for
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in the media that secretary of state and president obama were involved with trivial pursuits instead of play paying attention to the blow up in egypt. >> i don't know how this happened it was terrible optics. the next day the president goes golfing and secretary kerry is out on his yacht. what does that say to young people in egypt across the middle east part of the debate about america's interest in the region? >> bill: is that criticism justified? joining us now from north carolina the purveyor of bernard about mr. goldberg. we have eaten this before not only in president obama with bush the younger, dwight eisenhower golfing, while the sof soviets are moving across poland whatever. justified? >> i think the analysis that you just played is absolutely correct. the optics are terrible. the president of the united states of america is playing golf in short pants and a polo shirt while one of the most important countries in the arab world is unraveling, yeah, that's a bad picture. but, i don't think those optics were a mistake as bad as they were. i don't think it was mistake. pr
happening with the mechanics of that cockpit. those answers could come in the next few weeks. >>> okay. thank you. we're seeing a lot of deborah hersman. she's very familiar with the bay area. in 2009, at the age of 39, president obama appointed her endoes about chairman, making her the youngest person to fill this post. president bush first appointed her to the ntsb board in 2004. the 33 year owed mother of three has been involved with at least 17 major accidents. as for her experience here in the bay area. she was overseeing the investigation of the 2010 san bruno pg&e pipeline explosion. nearly a year after that tragedy, she held a hearing and slammed pg&e saying the company exploited weaknesses in a lax system and oversight and government agencies that place the blind trust in operators to the detriment of public safety. >>> it's a dam ning accusation. passengers say they had to call 911 from the tarmac because emergency crews weren't hearing their calls. until now we've been hearing positive reviews of the first responders. >> reporter: yes, but in this situation, the injured pass
obama is now looking for closely at the so-called zero option. in other words, get every single troop out of there after next year. jennifer griffin is at the pentagon tonight. what's the thinking about whether this is a bluff or some sort of trial balloon or what? >> well, shepard, congressman buck mckean who heads the house services committee issued a statement tonight saying that administration officials assured him no zero option is on the table. what is clear is that the talks about u.s. troops staying after 2014 are stalemated. >> i'm not aware that this was a trial balloon. i can't say that for sure. >> i think it's important to note that we stated here, i think it was here but it was certainly publicly and in january that zero was an option. >> 61,000 u.s. troops will go down to 34,000 in february. ahead of afghanistan's presidential elections. slated for april 5th after which president karzai will be out of a job, shep. >> shepard: and, jennifer, we're learning more about when things apparently went sour if they didn't go sour from day one with that man. >> well, it seems tha
next year's election and live with whatever result comes out of it. they have very different points of view, president obama and president karzai, for good reasons. >> go ahead, andrea. one of the big tests now is whether karzai will permit the first freely handed over afghan government. it's not clear. he says he will. but we don't see what's going to happen in terms of the candidates and another leader emerging. that's one issue. the other issue is is that karzai has been himself quietly dealing with some elements in the taliban all along. it's just something that no one wants to confirm. >> if there was to be a residual force for either of you, how big would it be and what would its mission be beyond this cut-off of 14? >> well, clearly it would be to secure areas in kabul and to deal with possible al qaeda, you know, outbreaks and anti-terrorism. it would be a couple of thousand similar to what we left behind in baghdad. >> people, finally this issue question of course has been a long-running issue where the president is thinking about legacy to some extent. is there within the
embarrassed by school officials for wearing a cross around her neck. wait until you hear this. but next on the rundown, an african-american minister will react to the black on black crime situation we have been talking about. and, later, charles krauthammer says obama care is a bait and switch, very provocative, charles will ♪ when you experience something great, you want to share it. with everyone. that's why more customers recommend verizon, america's largest 4g lte network. [ villain ] well mr. baldwin... it appears our journey has come to a delightful end. then i better use the capital one purchase eraser to redeem my venture miles for this trip. purchase eraser? it's the easy way to erase any recent travel expense. i just pick a charge, like my flight with a few taps, it's taken care of. impressive baldwin. does it work for hotels? absolutely thank goodness. mrs. villain and i are planning our... you scare me. and i like it. let's go what's in your wallet? >> bill: continuing with lead story race and crime in america. i spoke with burton a good guy who follows the race situation
obama to do that. so, mr. president, there will be no further votes. the next vote will be monday at 5:30. mr. mcconnell: mr. president? the presiding officer: the republican leader. mr. mcconnell: on the issue of delay, i'm trying to avoid bursting out in laughter here, the two nlrb nominees were sent up to the senate december 15, 2011. december 15, 2011. before their paperwork got here, two weeks later, the president recess appointed them. delay? their paperwork hadn't even been arrived -- hadn't even arrived. the committee couldn't do anything with them, and a couple of weeks later, they were recess appointed. now, that's not my definition of a delay. by any objective standard. the core issue here, no matter how much the majority leader tries to obfuscate and discuss other matters, is he is prepared to break the rules of the senate to change the rules of the senate for three nominees who were unconstitutionally appointed, according to the federal circuit court in washington, d.c.. for that, the majority leader proposes to use the nuclear option? it's a sad, sad commentary on today's
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house is debating a major change in afghanistan. a complete pullout of u.s. troops next year. >> top white house aides that change in part building frustration that president obama has with afghan president karzai. >> and mohamed morsi supporters want morsi reinstated. >> osama bin laden was walking around with a cowboy hat on? >> you know in a way that makes sense because it's going to provide shielding. in another way, if you really want to get noticed in pakistan walk around with a cowboy hat. >> i think it looks fantastic. we heard from the crowd how please they had were. >> that guy, that nsa leaker guy, edward snowden, here's how hot it is he's seeking asylum in antarctica. >> announcer: today's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by choice hotels. >>> i'm norah o'donnell with gayle king and anthony mason. charlie rose is off. for the first time this morning, we're hearing from the three women held prisoners for years in cleveland. amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight. >> ariel castro allegedly held the three women and a child he fathered with berry u
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this decision from the obama administration, the federal government could end up spending more money let -- next year than they had intended on spending. in addition, the government will not be taking in any penalties from employers that they had anticipated on taking in. penalties hador been about $5 billion for 2014. so, that will also have an impact on federal revenues. host: marilyn serafini is here from the alliance on health reform and we are looking at the decision from the white house to delay the requirement from large employers to provide their workers with health insurance starting in 2014. let's go to dawn in port charlotte, florida. good morning. onler: i wanted to comment this 98% number. i live in the south and work for a fortune 500 company brochure chain. all theirstently keep employees, probably one out of 30 get health coverage. i am wondering if those numbers, are they counted as someone who gives health care insurance while consistently keeping their hours below minimum to get the benefit? are the numbers counted that way? host: before we let you go, do you have health insur
] >> the pentagon begins its furloughs today, 20% pay cut for an estimated 50,000 workers for the next three months. the furloughs were ordered by the defense secretary in response to the sequestered. president obama laying out a vision for better government services delivered at lower taxpayer expense. the president meeting with his cabinet this morning to discuss his second term plan for smarter government. he then plans on delivering public remarks from the white house. we will have live coverage at 11:50 eastern this morning. congress returns today from a week-long fourth of july break. the house and senate meet at 2:00 eastern. later this week, federal spending. the senate voting today on a traditional nomination. -- judicial nomination. the key legislation this week is to deal with subsidize student loans. you can see the house live here on c-span. the house energy and subcommittee on health looks at the medicaid system and considers ideas for possible changes. you can see the hearing live on c-span 3 at 4:00 eastern. the cia director will be live discussing the u.s. dependence on foreign and
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